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BackgroundEdit

A telecommunications program created in 1997 that provides deep discounts on telecommunications, Internet access and internal networking to America's public schools, private schools and public libraries.

InsightsEdit

    • Report: E-Rate Successful in Connecting Communities, Schools and Libraries
    • From coast-to-coast, from economically challenged inner cities to remote rural areas, students, parents, educators, business leaders and communities have benefited from the E-Rate, a ground-breaking telecommunications program created in 1997 that provides deep discounts on telecommunications, Internet access and internal networking to America's public and private schools as well as public libraries. A new report, E-Rate: 10 Years of Connecting Kids and Community, released today by two education coalitions -- the Education and Libraries Networks Coalition (EdLiNC) and the National Coalition for Technology in Education and Training (NCTET) -- states that the E-Rate has transformed America's schools and libraries into modern institutions but that its mission is not yet complete.

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